Kristy works with the following CGA committees:
- Canadian Cylinder Specifications Committee
- Cylinder Specifications Committee
- Cylinder Valve Committee
- U.S. TAG for ISO/TC 58, Gas cylinders
- U.S. TAG for ISO/TC 58/SC 2, Cylinder fittings
- U.S. TAG for ISO/TC 58/SC 3, Cylinder design
- U.S. TAG for ISO/TC 58/SC 4, Operational requirements for gas cylinders
- U.S. TAG for ISO/TC 220, Cryogenic vessels
- ISO/TC 58/SC 4, Operational requirements for gas cylinders (Secretariat)
Kristy Mastromichalis is responsible for direct supervision of the standards administration and project management team, which provides support to CGA’s Base and Canadian technical committees and related publications, meetings and events, and projects.
She joined CGA as a Committee Administrator in 2011 and was promoted to Committee Project Manager in 2013 and managed activities and work processes of committees in an overall team effort to carry out CGA’s mission. Kristy believes the development of industry consensus positions and the promotion of safety information is a matter of great significance to both industry and the public.
Prior to CGA, Kristy managed chemical product and technology specific panels at the association addressing issues relevant to chemical manufacturers and downstream users.
She received a B.A. in International Studies and French from High Point University and a M.A. in Political Science from Loyola University of Chicago.
She lives in Springfield, Virginia.